When people read a work of literature many expect it to be a literary masterpiece. What makes a work of literature great is not through the approval of society, but by the author pushing his point out to the audience without regarding the disapproval from society he might receive. Although it is a controversial topic of whether Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn needs republishing due to the use of the word “nigger”, the novel teaches many lessons and reveals many truths that the world should know. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn should not have been republished because, simply put, it is not a racist novel. Adding on, Twain’s original publishing of his book promotes historical accuracy and legitimacy which would be not communicated
The things people lie for in our society shouldn 't have lied for that reason because it 's just the stupid things people lie for or do the dumbest things to get out of trouble. Why lie when you know eventually that day will come and you getting busted about lying instead of telling the truth and thats when you realize lying is bad lying doesn 't get you anywhere no one will trust you no one will ever listen to you when you are telling them something because you have lied so much. Would you Accept a lie if someone told you something but you didn 't know if it was the truth or a lie about the problem. Lying gets you no where it just gets you where no one will like you because you lied to them so much they wouldnt know if your telling the truth of you were lying because they don 't know what to believe is the truth. How would you know if someone was lying to you how would you know the truth would you just know or would you like figure out later get mad and dont be there friend or you just know them
However it is a win-lose situation due to the conflict being unresolved as I had to put down my dignity and let him call me names and talk bad about me throughout the clinical attachment. Be that as it may it got the best of me as I was more reluctant to go for clinical attachment. Hence this approach was not the best solution for this situation. (Marquis & Huston) Going with a different approach realising that my previous strategy made no significant improvements in managing the situation, I went with avoiding as it was a small misunderstanding and I did not want to confront him as it may turn it into rivalry between us peers. Furthermore, we may become future colleagues.
In this scene Katniss figures out the reason why Haymitch is not willing to send her water. “There’s only one good reason Haymitch could be withholding water from me. Because he knows I’ve almost found it.” This quote explains that since Haymitch already knows that Katniss has almost found water he refused the sponsors to give her water so she won’t depend on sponsors and make herself look weak. Furthermore, Haymitch is very cunning to think about all of the events that were planned in his head. In the next scene Haymitch scolds Katniss on how to properly behave in front of the camera.
This reveals Offred’s lack of motivation to defend her body or her beliefs, and her assimilation to Gilead. As Fredrik Pettersson stated in his criticism, “[Offred] might not have any real belief in the theocratic values, but they affect her life and actions nonetheless.”(8) Even though Offred may disagree with the values of Gilead, she is too fearful to actively oppose the society, and has internalized some of Gilead’s views. When Offred sees the black van coming towards her, Nick tells her that “it’s Mayday” and to “trust” him. Offred is suspicious, “but snatch[es] at it, this offer. It’s all [she’s] left with” (Atwood 294).
If Gatsby told Daisy the truth of how he got his money, she would surely leave him. But if he kept it a secret, all would be well and Gatsby’s dream would beat on. Gatsby had to deceive Daisy to make it seem that he had been living the American Dream through morality, not through corruption. Gatsby’s knowledge was that these lies would help him get Daisy back, but he never took into account the beating his morality would take. As the cookie crumbled, so did Gatsby’s dream.
Lord Capulet could have prevented these deaths by listening to Juliet 's wishes and not force her to marry Paris. He also should have never brought out so much rage and anger saying he would disown her and his fingers itched because he wanted to hit her. Some people say you should listen to your parents and not disrespect them, but Juliet was 13 years old and was not ready for marriage especially to someone she didn 't love or know. He should 've been a more thoughtful and patient father, so he could have saved Juliet 's. Instead of being patient and thoughtful he was the opposite, ergo Lord Capulet was at fault.
Friar Laurence did not seem to believe that he was a major reason for the suicides of Romeo and Juliet, and he more blamed the feud instead. Tybalt would presumably do the same, because he would not want his character to be ruined. As a result, the incompetence of Friar Lawrence and the impulsiveness of Tybalt are what caused Romeo and Juliet’s
Though, I don’t think marriage should be looked at the “last” stage of “obtaining” their lover because we can’t ever obtain a person. Although, I agree mostly on the abolition of the adultery law, as a human, I believe that the reason why I can’t fully agree with it is because if I got married and my husband is cheating with somebody, I would obviously want to punish him and who knows what I want to do with him. I mean, I understand how difficult situations can go, but what keeps me from agreeing with the abolition is because the law, the public shouldn’t help or punish our relationship, it should be us, us only. I’m not saying cheating is good, but I don’t think the public can genuinely understand relationships to judge them and sentence them to jail and at the same time there are same cases even done for unmarried couples but cannot be punished. Either way, if we taking about laws for relationships, it’s never going to have a satisfying result as we are dealing with emotions.
Finally to answer as to why it HAD to be Moana who delivered the stone, the ocean could not do it- Te Ka could not touch the water. Maui could not do it because he was dealing with his own problems, such as the loss of his hook and confidence in defeating Te Ka. He also believed in trying to solve every problem with magic and might. Moana saw past all of that and , again, her humanity helped her realize the truth behind Te Ka’s